2013 Skoda Octavia III Combi review and pictures

Posted on Thursday, 21 February 2013 , 13:02:57 byVeronica

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Skoda Octavia III Combi

We will soon have the opportunity to see the new 2013 Skoda Octavia III Combi at the 2013 edition of the Geneva Motor Show. At the event, the carmaker will also present the 4x4 variant. This is actually the third generation Octavia Combi and it provides unrivalled space, new design, functionality, innovative safety and comfort systems, fuel efficiencies and a lot more. The Combi represents all good Skoda values and has a large share in the success of this model range. We have to admit the model offers mid-class features at compact-combi prices. The designers in charge with the model have made a real miracle and redesigned the model from top to bottom. It is now dynamic, elegant, distinctive, sophisticated and confident on the road. The innovative safety and comfort systems make it easy to distinguish.



The new 2013 Skoda Octavia III Combi is 90 mm longer and 45 mm wider in comparison to its predecessor. The wheelbase is also 11 cm longer. By folding the rear backrests down, the boot space of the Combi increases to an impressive 1.740 liters. The folding passenger seat makes transporting very long objects much easier. So that you know, there is a space for a luggage compartment rollo cover and roof bars under the adjustable and retractable variable boot floor. The front view is identical to the new hatchback and the closed, clear-cut side graphic is distinctively emphasized by the high Tornado line.



Moving on, we also have to mention that the rear lights extend far into the side rear section and the roofline of the Octavia Combi slopes gently towards the rear and passes elegantly over the D-pillar. In case an accident does occur, the model features a comprehensive passive safety package that ensures the best possible protection of the driver and passengers. The model will have 3.4 liters per 100 km fuel consumption and will also have 89 g/km CO2 emissions.